Failure to Register as a Sex Offender in Richmond

Richmond Sex Crime Defense Attorney

In the state of Virginia, if you have recently been convicted of a sex crime of any kind, whether it be statutory rape, online solicitation or a sexual computer crime, it is a possibility that you will be forced to register on the sex offender registry. This can be an embarrassing and crippling event to have to experience, and the negative social stigma can often be more than one single person should have to experience. While this experience is harrowing enough, it is even more difficult if you have recently been charged with failing to register.

If law enforcement believe that you have failed to comply with the necessary registration after being released, they will immediately begin to investigate. If there is found to be probable cause regarding their concerns, an arrest warrant will be issued. For this reason, you cannot afford to be flippant with your future. If you believe that you are being investigated or if you have been charged, it is imperative that you do not hesitate to secure the necessary legal assistance from an aggressive Richmond criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.

Have you been charged with a failure to register as a sex offender?

At The Law Office of Debra D. Corcoran, our legal team understands the stress and fear that is associated with criminal charges of this nature. With years of experience and a firm devotion to client success, you can trust that if you have been charged and choose to work with our firm that you will receive the legal support and guidance that you truly deserve. We will leave no stone unturned in our efforts to help you achieve your desirable result.

Contact a Richmond sex crime defense lawyer from the firm today if you have been accused of failing to register as a sex offender.